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Olive Oil-Based Emulsifiers New at Coast Southwest

June 11, 2014

Novel ingredients impart a luxurious skin feel and texture.

Coast Southwest, Inc. recently rolled out a new line of high-performing natural emulsifiers derived from olive oil. These novel ingredients impart a luxurious skin feel and an elegant texture while providing stability to the finished product.

“We are extremely excited to take this new technology to the North American personal care market,” said Joseph C. Cimo, president of Coast Southwest. “With Olivatis, we are pleased to add another advanced ingredient to our comprehensive and diverse product line.”

Olivatis emulsifiers are natural, sustainable, PEG-free, and ideal for nonionic systems. Olive oil has long been a basic ingredient for herbalist and cosmetic preparations due to its lubricating, restructuring and skin protecting properties. This new generation of emulsifiers produces the ultimate in olive oil-based chemistry. Olivatis is produced by Medolla Italia s.r.l.

More info: www.coastsouthwest.com
 
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